On Gear Live: Samsung S95C: The OLED TV You Can’t Afford (to Ignore!)

Latest Gear Live Videos

Yahoo Offers Unlimited Email Storage

Posted by Lolita Beckwith Categories: Internet, Storage,

Yahoo LogoYou knew it was going to happen sooner or later…Yahoo has announced that starting in May they will offer unlimited storage for its free email service to its quarter of a billion users. This is in response to the massive growth of email attachments such as videos, photos and music. Another reason is that the cost of storage is rapidly decreasing, making life for Yahoo—and fellow pack rats worldwide—just a little bit easier. It will be interesting to see how Microsoft (which offers 2 GB of free email) and Google (2.8 GB) will respond to Yahoo’s boldness.

Read More | PC Magazine


NFL and Yahoo Offer Game Pass

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Home Entertainment, Internet,

yahoosportsThe Good News: The NFL has announced that it will now stream the entire season (which starts this Sunday) of live games to fans over the Internet.

The Bad News: this service is only available outside of North America.

More Bad News: NFL Game Pass is not compatible with Unix or Linux.
Partnered with Yahoo’s NFL Game Pass, the cost is $24.99 per week or $249.99 for the entire 17-week season. Since DirecTV has exclusive market broadcast rights, the service will not be available in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Bermuda, the Bahamas, Antigua, or any of the U.S. territories.

System Recommendations:

  • 500 MHZ or faster processor
  • 512 MB or more RAM
  • 16-bit sound card
  • 64MB video card
  • 300kbps or higher broadband internet connection
  • Flash 8 PC
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Media Player 10 or higher Mac
  • OS 10.4 or higher
  • Safari 2.0 or Firefox 1.5 or higher
  • Quicktime version 7.0.3 or greater
  • FlipforMac 2.0 or greater

Try it if you are in North America and you get this scary message, “This service is not available in your location. You are attempting to access from a restricted territory.” Big Brother is surely watching us.

Read More | NFL Game Pass